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washington, d.c. he cannot give in words his powerpoint if he mentions sequestration oncetor committee as a whole or the motion to recommit eyes will glaze over he's got to stay on offense but at the same time he has to par tri differences between him and governor romney and especially changes that governor romney -- several incarnations that have gone to is going to parry that, not to get into the weeds but parry it. as far as joe biden, i think he's got a tougher but in many ways more simple. he's got to lift the spirits of the spirited -- dispirited democrats. i think he f he does that -- he is the happy warrior, very much so. a lot more so than the president. but he these play both offense and defense. last week the president played neither. by defense he's got to be able to say "this is what we've accomplished." and point out especially in states like ohio and michigan the difference the auto industry has made student loans being -- the interest being removed. the pre-existing condition. all of those things, he's got to do it. and at the same time he's got to go on offense as far
also, one other thing that came in handy was mr. powerpoint. he gave the powerpoint presentations while i think he still needs to put some more meat on the bones, he at least gave the american public the view that he had detailed plans on everything that the president will now challenge him on in the next debate. >> yeah. he was impressive, you've got to admit. >> yeah. >> what he did last night to the president of the united states is similar in my opinion to what he did to newt gingrich, to rick santorum, to rick perry, during some of those republican presidential debates earlier. he was on the offensive and he kept the opposition on the defensive. >> and those debates, it's very clear they were different because he had multiple challengers, but those debates clearly prepared him. >> yes, they did. >> and you can see that president obama was rusty. >> he wasn't ready for that. but we'll see how he does in the next one. two more to come. >> there's more. >> thanks, gloria. a romney campaign is certainly re-energized. we're taking a closer look at how he's capitalizing today on a strong
with the powerpoint to did not the powerpoint. be really wonky, kind of the guy in the numbers in the weeds. and instead, ryan tried so hard that at times it was awkward to be the guy who has the friend and that the person that knows the person, when in the clip is that it's not getting social security. he talked about his friend in janesville. biden seemed ready to go after him on the numbers. so is a role reversal. biden spent a lot of numbers and statistics and ryan spent a lot of time talking about people. >> biden spoken the camera into the american people and seemed most comfortable doing that. i thought ryan seemed a little stiff in the beginning and loosened up as the debate went on. you could tell a little bit him is his first national debate. >> we have heard a lot about ryan's wackiness and how much he knows. but as you think he knew a lot on this or that he was reaching deep to find things? i couldn't quite get a handle on it. >> we talked about the foreign policy. there was a lot of times three was rattling off information about syria, libya, afghanistan, iran, where he claimed
answer in the first debate where romney just -- he was a human powerpoint. he ticked off the five things that he would want to do if he won the job. to me, that's what this whole deal is. it's just a glorified job interview. i thought that was mitt romney's best moment when ticked off, this is exactly what i'll do for you, as if he had a powerpoint presentation to the voter zls what w. >> what was the president's best moment, ari? >> the president's best moment was when he fired up that indignation about, we don't do that for political purposes, in talking about the handling of the president's actions in benghazi. i don't know that it was convincing for republicans or independents but it helped him with the democratic base. >> he showed how angry he was by saying the words romney was using was offensive. that word was a powerful moment indeed. we have much more of our "strategy session" coming up, including new polls just out today from the critical battleground state of ohio. this race for the white house couldn't be any tighter there. but i'm still stubbed up. [ male announcer ] truth
of the election 2012. and i think he'll have a very interesting powerpoint presentation to make to us. to my immediate left is amy davidson, senior editor at the new yorker. she's been at the magazine since 1995, writes a blog and contributes to the magazine's pages. next is anna sale who's a political reporter for wnyc radio politics site, it's a free country.org. she covered the gop primaries, my condolences -- [laughter] and focuses on swing states far away from political rallies. sounds like a much better assignment. [laughter] she appears on the takeaway and contributed to npr, bbc, wgvh, new york 1 and pbs. next to her is greg marx who's a staff writer for the columbia journalism review, co-editor of cjr's swing state project. he was a writer for remapping debate.org, and if you've seen his writings, which i have fold over the last few week -- followed over the last few weeks, he's doing some the most interesting commentary on how the campaign is being conducted. and then finally, my old colleague at newsday, ellis henican all the way on the left there -- appropriately. [laughter] a po
this powerpoint presentation. but i would like to turn to my colleagues for discussion about what all this means and where are we today now two weeks out from november 6. let me start with, both of you, the latino vote, we talked about it being decisive and impactful. we are now two weeks out and both campaigns have been engaging efforts to reach latinos particularly in targeted states and the race is tightening. let's talk first about florida because that is one state that has been pivotal in the past three presidential election cycles where the hispanic vote has made the difference. ana in your state how are things looking state-wide? >> they're looking a little different than they were four years ago. before we start talking about florida, you said we had to hispanics running for u.s. senate and we can't forget bob menendez. that makes it three or as i call him my democratic -- so he is also in the race and we hope he wins in new jersey. florida, florida has become more diverse within the hispanic community. we have seen an increasing number of colombians become citizens and become active pol
for myself. all the materials are available online, including this powerpoint presentation. what i like to do is turn to my colleague about a discussion about what all this means and where are we today, two weeks out from november 6. let me start with both of you. the latino vote, we talked about it being an impactful vote. both campaigns have been engaging to reach latinos, particularly in targeted states. let's talk first about florida. that is one state that has been pivotal in the last three presidential election cycles and the hispanic vote has made the difference. how are things looking with regards to the senate? >> they are looking a little bit different than they were four years ago. before we start talking about florida, you said that we had to hispanics running for u.s. senate. we cannot forget [inaudible] that makes us free. for florida, florida has become more diverse within the hispanic community. we have seen an increasing number of colombiacolombians become citizens and we have seen venezuelans become very active, puerto ricans are still very important. we have americans are s
couldn't say i'm going to show my 30-minute powerpoint presentation. there would have to be some kind of limits, right? but certainly written notes in front of you that you could consult, i don't see a problem with that. >> i want a big gong in the background, and sandman to come out when somebody makes a mistake, confetti at the end. i want a production. >> bill: that's right. you thought todd akin was bad? you haven't met richard mourdock yet. you will. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." only on current tv. joy behar. on my next show i'll talk to parker posey. she's the star of "a mighty wind" and no, that's now what comes out of rush limbaugh. only on current tv. all across america people are using lysol in hundreds of unexpected ways to help keep their homes healthy. ben's mom uses it around the bathtub, the last place where she wants to find mold. lysol disinfectant spray kills mold and unlike clorox clean-up it's approved to keep it from growing back for up to a week. join the mission for health. see how people everywhere are using lysol disinfectant s
to contact amanda vazquez or myself. materials including the powerpoint presentation. i now turn to my colleagues about what all this means them where we are two weeks out from november 6. so let me start with, for both of you the latino voigt be a decisive and impactful coming out to excel. both campaigns have been engaging in various to reach latinas, particularly targeted states and the race has tightened. let's talk first about florida because that's one state have it on the past three presidential election cycles at the hispanic voters made the difference. ana come in your home state, how are things looking regard to statewide hispanic health care? >> they look a little different than four years ago. before we start talking about florida, you said we had to hispanics running for u.s. senate and we can't forget menendez. that make security, rsi, democratic indulgence. he's also an embrace the hope he wins in new jersey. florida has become more diverse within the hispanic community. we have seen an increasing number of colombians become citizens and be active politically, originally
that are wrong. he can just go over it verbatim, just boom, boom, boom, boom, powerpoint presentation. but, you know what? that's not leadership you can trust. and, florida, you know me. [applause] whatan trust that i say i mean, and i mean what i say. and, yes, we've been through tough times, but you've never seen me quit. and there is no quit in americans. over the last week of two years, we have been making real progress, -- over the last four years, we have been making real progress. our businesses have added more than 5 million new jobs over the past four years. unemployment has fallen to the lowest rate since i took office. home values are rising. the stock market has nearly doubled. assembly lines are getting back to work. our heroes are coming ron kirk. -- are coming home. [cheers and applause] i promised to cut taxes for middle-class families and i did, by $3,600. i promised to cut taxes for small business owners like scott, and we have, 18 times. i promised we would fix the financial situation that was broken when i came in the office. we got at every single dime, with interest, that
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